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Old 08-09-14, 10:39 PM   #1
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I just wanted to see what most people with coils for the gs do in terms of lowering the fronts and rears. Do you lower them evenly front and rear or do you lower the rears more to get the wheel well gap to be even? I noticed the presets for rsr coils lower the rears more than the front. any downsides to the uneven lowering?
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For all of my cars I always want the wheel gap body to tire be the same between front and back. If anything the front slightly lower by a very small margin. Even is best however.
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